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Petof̋i by SГЎndor PetЕ‘fi

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Published by Hungarian Cultural Foundation in Buffalo, N. Y .
Written in English


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Includes bibliographical references.

StatementEnglish and introd. by Anton N. Nyerges. Edited by Joseph M. Értavy-Baráth.
SeriesState University of New York College at Buffalo"s Program in East European and Slavic Studies, publication no. 5, Publication (State University College at Buffalo. Program in East European and Slavic Studies) ;vno. 5
ContributionsNyerges, Anton N., 1917-
The Physical Object
Pagination423 p.
Number of Pages423
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21977195M
LC Control Number73077696

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